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T21 Installation Video Available Online
Electrical Equipment & Systems

T21 Installation Video Available Online

(SOR® Lenexa, Kansas, USA) The T21 Thermal Differential Switch Installation video provides easy set up and calibration steps for liquid level and flow. SOR manufacturing engineer Steve Anderson will show you how to set up and calibrate the T21 step by step for level and flow application which is especially useful when the unit needs to be calibrated to a specific flow rate. Our T21 thermal...

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805PT with Display is Now Available at SOR
Electrical Equipment & Systems

805PT with Display is Now Available at SOR

(SOR® Lenexa, Kansas, USA) A loop powered display can be added to the SOR 805PT pressure transmitter for the benefit of local indication. This will solve operator troubleshooting problems since you can now measure the output of pressure by simply looking at the display. The 805PT has been field tested. Its rugged construction makes cost of ownership low and it has a three-year warranty. The...

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Differential Pressure Switches range from 7 in. wcd to 2500 psid.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Differential Pressure Switches range from 7 in. wcd to 2500 psid.

Featuring rugged stainless steel construction, corrosion-resistant Series 102/103 is certified for service in non-hazardous or hazardous locations. Pressure sensing assembly of Series 102 features piston and is suited for low-to-high differential pressure processes, while Series 103 uses diaphragm piston combination and is intended for low-to-medium differential pressure processes. With ability...

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Rugged Level Switches are offered with extended floats.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Rugged Level Switches are offered with extended floats.

Designed for harsh environments and process liquids, SOR 1500 Series Switches are available with float extensions in variety of lengths and materials. Option extends pivot arm and places float further into process vessel, making it useful in applications where nozzle diameter is too small or where process build-up can limit full travel of float. Featuring all stainless steel construction,...

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Electric Level Switch offers self-returning manual check.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electric Level Switch offers self-returning manual check.

Horizontally mounted, float-operated SOR 1510 is suitable for plant and OEM applications where open or closed contacts are required to signal presence or absence of liquid at discrete level. Float extension arm moves magnet, which actuates or de-actuates hermetically sealed reed switch. Actuation/de-actuation can be reversed by rotating unit 180°. With self-returning Manual Check option, users...

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Pressure Transmitter carries non-incendive Division 2 approval.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Pressure Transmitter carries non-incendive Division 2 approval.

Designed for hazardous locations and hostile environments where space is limited, 805PT has non-incendive Division 2 approval from FM (US and Canada) and offers pressure ranges from 0-100 through 0-10,000 psi with ±0.25% accuracy. Construction includes -½ in. NPT(M) with -¼ in. NPT(F) dual process connection, and compatible SOR® Calibration Manager software lets user verify, adjust, and...

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Compact Pressure Switch reads low pressure ranges.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Compact Pressure Switch reads low pressure ranges.

Field-mountable SOR 107 Differential Pressure Switch accurately reads very low pressures by utilizing diaphragm with large sensing area. Switching element is single pull double throw and features external set point adjustment with visual indication for simplified calibration. Designed for wide variety of industrial process applications, standard models are available in weathertight or explosion...

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Level Switches comply with Directive 55.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Level Switches comply with Directive 55.

Designed for harsh environments and hazardous process materials where rugged components are critical, SOR® 1540 series features complete isolation of process from switching mechanism and all-stainless steel construction. Self-returning manual check feature enables verification of switch integrity without removing units from vessel. Products are rated for vacuum pressure to 1,500 psi and...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

SOR® 1500 Series Electric Level Switches Now Available with CSA/US Explosion Proof Approval

(Lenexa, Kansas, USA) - For years, the 1500 series level products have been a staple in the oil and gas fields of America. Most of these products were sold with a Canadian based explosion proof approval with no issues or question. However, a number of US states have recently made changes to their legislation requiring instrumentation to be provided with a US approved certification. Thanks to the...

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T21 Installation Video Available Online
Electrical Equipment & Systems

T21 Installation Video Available Online

(SOR® Lenexa, Kansas, USA) The T21 Thermal Differential Switch Installation video provides easy set up and calibration steps for liquid level and flow. SOR manufacturing engineer Steve Anderson will show you how to set up and calibrate the T21 step by step for level and flow application which is especially useful when the unit needs to be calibrated to a specific flow rate. Our T21 thermal...

Read More »
805PT with Display is Now Available at SOR
Electrical Equipment & Systems

805PT with Display is Now Available at SOR

(SOR® Lenexa, Kansas, USA) A loop powered display can be added to the SOR 805PT pressure transmitter for the benefit of local indication. This will solve operator troubleshooting problems since you can now measure the output of pressure by simply looking at the display. The 805PT has been field tested. Its rugged construction makes cost of ownership low and it has a three-year warranty. The...

Read More »
Differential Pressure Switches range from 7 in. wcd to 2500 psid.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Differential Pressure Switches range from 7 in. wcd to 2500 psid.

Featuring rugged stainless steel construction, corrosion-resistant Series 102/103 is certified for service in non-hazardous or hazardous locations. Pressure sensing assembly of Series 102 features piston and is suited for low-to-high differential pressure processes, while Series 103 uses diaphragm piston combination and is intended for low-to-medium differential pressure processes. With ability...

Read More »
Rugged Level Switches are offered with extended floats.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Rugged Level Switches are offered with extended floats.

Designed for harsh environments and process liquids, SOR 1500 Series Switches are available with float extensions in variety of lengths and materials. Option extends pivot arm and places float further into process vessel, making it useful in applications where nozzle diameter is too small or where process build-up can limit full travel of float. Featuring all stainless steel construction,...

Read More »
Electric Level Switch offers self-returning manual check.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Electric Level Switch offers self-returning manual check.

Horizontally mounted, float-operated SOR 1510 is suitable for plant and OEM applications where open or closed contacts are required to signal presence or absence of liquid at discrete level. Float extension arm moves magnet, which actuates or de-actuates hermetically sealed reed switch. Actuation/de-actuation can be reversed by rotating unit 180°. With self-returning Manual Check option, users...

Read More »
Pressure Transmitter carries non-incendive Division 2 approval.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Pressure Transmitter carries non-incendive Division 2 approval.

Designed for hazardous locations and hostile environments where space is limited, 805PT has non-incendive Division 2 approval from FM (US and Canada) and offers pressure ranges from 0-100 through 0-10,000 psi with ±0.25% accuracy. Construction includes -½ in. NPT(M) with -¼ in. NPT(F) dual process connection, and compatible SOR® Calibration Manager software lets user verify, adjust, and...

Read More »
Compact Pressure Switch reads low pressure ranges.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Compact Pressure Switch reads low pressure ranges.

Field-mountable SOR 107 Differential Pressure Switch accurately reads very low pressures by utilizing diaphragm with large sensing area. Switching element is single pull double throw and features external set point adjustment with visual indication for simplified calibration. Designed for wide variety of industrial process applications, standard models are available in weathertight or explosion...

Read More »
Level Switches comply with Directive 55.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Level Switches comply with Directive 55.

Designed for harsh environments and hazardous process materials where rugged components are critical, SOR® 1540 series features complete isolation of process from switching mechanism and all-stainless steel construction. Self-returning manual check feature enables verification of switch integrity without removing units from vessel. Products are rated for vacuum pressure to 1,500 psi and...

Read More »
Electrical Equipment & Systems

SOR® 1500 Series Electric Level Switches Now Available with CSA/US Explosion Proof Approval

(Lenexa, Kansas, USA) - For years, the 1500 series level products have been a staple in the oil and gas fields of America. Most of these products were sold with a Canadian based explosion proof approval with no issues or question. However, a number of US states have recently made changes to their legislation requiring instrumentation to be provided with a US approved certification. Thanks to the...

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SOR Inc. Nuclear-Qualified Vendor Since 1982

When it comes to the SOR® nuclear program, SOR Vice President of Quality Colbert Turney has seen it all. When he first got involved in 1982, nuclear power was not a popular subject to discuss in public. Over the years he has seen many changes in the technology and public sentiment change from demonstrations to endorsements. Hired as an engineer in 1980, Turney was in on the ground floor when the...

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